My precious wife loves her alternative medicines—essential oils, kombucha, elderberry syrup, snake oil. She’s not growing medicinal marijuana (that I know of) or taking disinfectant infusions yet, so I’m not too worried.
I enjoy the smell of those things (mostly). Even more, I love giving her a hard time about her witch-doctoring.
On our first date, I sang Billy Joel’s “She’s Got a Way” to her. It’s become “our song.” So, it only made sense to dedicate a parody of that song to her and her strange ways.
Enjoy, share, and check out the parody library.
Last night I took a walk. I kept my distance from others, doing my part to flatten the curve.
I was struck again by the first word of it: “Comfort.” What a needed message in these days of conflict, disagreement, uncertainty, misinformation, and danger. Continue reading “The Messiah Did Not Come to Flatten the Curve”
I love Handel’s Messiah. In my opinion, it is one of the best works of biblical theology across all genres of art and literature. I make it an annual tradition to listen to it straight through. I wanted a great version. So, being no music critic, I went searching for the answer to the question: What is the best recording of Handel’s Messiah?
Here’s what I found: Continue reading “What is the Best Recording of Handel’s Messiah?”